We're coming to Kalkan at the end of July as a family to celebrate my 40th birthday - can't wait!
One of the things we'd really like to do is the gorge walk / tubing / mud / river cafe experience. Two are of the group are in their 70s so I suspect we don't want to do too much hiking over slippery sharp rocks but can't figure out how much of this is involved to get to the tubing, mud and cafes. Can anyone advise on this? Also, is the rafting something else, or is it just the mode of transport ;)
I've also read varying reviews from it needing only a couple of hours to at least four, and that going in the morning is better as it's heaving by the afternoon during the school holidays.
I was thinking therefore as there are 7 of us, it might be worth while organising a private guide so we can avoid peak times and aspects of organised tours that we don't fancy like the carpet visit but add on other bits we'd like to do like perhaps the trout farm.
Can anyone recommend a private tour guide with good inside knowledge to make the best of the day? Ideally they'd sort out the tedious stuff like getting tickets etc so we can crack on with the things we enjoy :)